Civil Disobedience, and Other Essays Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

What did Thoreau call the ruling power in 'Life Without Principle'? (from Life Without Principle)

2.

What did Thoreau say he was grateful to not have to worry about while walking? (from Walking)

3.

How did Thoreau say med should treat the government when acting immorally in 'Slavery in Massachusetts'? (from Slavery in Massachusetts)

4.

How did Brown come to have a trial? (from A Plea for Captain John Brown)

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What did Thoreau say government worried about most in 'Life Without Principle'? (from Life Without Principle)

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